I loved hearing the actions preceding episode one as well as some of the episode one story from the perspectives of the soon to be emperor. My only problem with the story was the long sections of pure exposition either through dialogue or narration. But I understand that telling the story of those sections in other ways would have doubled or even tripled the length of the book and may have caused the story to lose the central focus. That being said, I was greatly entertained by the story and performance.
Awesome, all that can be said, BRING ON THE MOVIE!!!!! 😀 please please please please please please please please there must be a Jedi out there...
This book is well written and enormously imaginary. The narrator does a perfect job of helping you bring this adventure to life. I could literally picture it all going on like a movie in my mind. I didn't want it to end!
I loved the pace, I had avoided this book for some time but gave it a try and i couldn't stop listening to it. It was So fun and exciting knowing what was going on in the back ground of Episode 1. Who Maul, was, Where he came from Dooku's fall. the Creation of the Clone army. Awesome
When the Apprentice betrays his Master.
i caught myself giving a "hell yea" every now and then